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Leading a test automation strategy


Do you need to setup the basis for a test automation strategy but miss guidelines or you want to improve your current approach? If you think that test automation is only about coding, no matter the answer, this workshop is for you!

99 Minutes

Max 100 attendees


agile, automation, observability, test-strategies

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:

  • List or describe test automation goals
  • Create a test automation strategy by the end of the workshop
  • Examine a test automation pipeline
  • Identify resources needed to implement your test automation


The inspiration for this workshop is backed up by my personal experience, driven by the desire for fast results, I lost sight of other aspects so critical in developing and implementing a test automation strategy with success. As a leader in this area, there are more aspects to take into consideration, planning for, mitigate or communicate with tactfulness. For example: framing and communicating clear goals, engaging stakeholders and understanding if the organization is ready for the changes you want to see in action.

Let’s grab a pen and paper and start!
1st, we will walk through a series of steps that will give you tools to briefly assess the current context within your team/organization. This will create the base for developing a test automation strategy and to decide and frame the goals. 2nd, we will break down a test automation pipeline in smaller chunks which we will review and set goals for (a simplified test automation pipeline: Test scenarios--Execution--Test results).

As this is a working session where we will reflect, draw and write, by the end of the workshop everyone should have one blueprint that could serve in your future challenges or as a reflection tool.

The workshop is suitable for current or future leaders and individual contributors as well.

Meet the Instructor

Dana Aonofriesei

Dana Aonofriesei

Director of Engineering

I started my career in Software Development 9 years ago and during this time I tried different roles and assignments, as Quality Assurance Engineer, Software Analyst, Scrum Master, Head of Product Quality, Engineering Manager in areas like banking, eprocurement, trust economy. I love working with teams, driving teams and individuals towards results and solving problems. A few keywords that describe me: sports, croissants, cheese, good coffee, competitive, positive.

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